Stop pressurin' me

bad-era-obsession:

From PBS Studios’ Blank on Blank series, a cute animation of an unheard audiotape of Michael and Janet from January 1980 

You lie and kill in the service of liars and killers.

trixibe:

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trixibe:

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echizendluffy:

original : http://merlinweasley.tumblr.com/post/91574715904

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Me looking at the post

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See me after this post

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chelseamourning:

chubbythecorgi:

My friend sent me this amazing corgi comic! (originals found here)

THIS IS THE CUTEST THING EVER

Here’s a booty shaking Lego Loki for you

janesfoster:

Loki demonstrating perfectly why, under no circumstances, should you try to hug him. Or like come near him 

whoslovinyou:

Beneath the commanding strength of an overly iced military jacket hid another Michael paradox: a white t-shirt, always ripped in the middle of the neckline. It was a message of rebellion beneath a jacket that sent a message of control. Taking scissors to his t-shirt added that street edge Michael was always going for. It was a little detail that played a big role in the extravagant magic act. He wanted the message to be: “This is the ordinary part of me”. 
The size of the tear depended on Michael’s mood that day. He’d take a pair of scissors himself and cut. Some days it would be a little cut, and others he’d rip it all the way down. “Girls want to see some cake”, he’d explain. Cake was his nickname for chest. - Michael Bush ‘Dressing Michael Jackson’

whoslovinyou:

Beneath the commanding strength of an overly iced military jacket hid another Michael paradox: a white t-shirt, always ripped in the middle of the neckline. It was a message of rebellion beneath a jacket that sent a message of control. Taking scissors to his t-shirt added that street edge Michael was always going for. It was a little detail that played a big role in the extravagant magic act. He wanted the message to be: “This is the ordinary part of me”.

The size of the tear depended on Michael’s mood that day. He’d take a pair of scissors himself and cut. Some days it would be a little cut, and others he’d rip it all the way down. “Girls want to see some cake”, he’d explain. Cake was his nickname for chest. - Michael Bush ‘Dressing Michael Jackson’